Cohabitation Law & Practice - A Guide for Family Lawyers
The law surrounding cohabitation is becoming an area which family practitioners are increasingly being expected to advise on.
This course will cover the key issues and the developing case law in this area.
What You Will Learn
This course will cover the following:
- Advising at the conveyancing stage
- Types of trust and use of equitable estoppel
- Application of the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996
- Drafting, procedure and agreements
- Key case law, including Stack v Dowden, Kernott v Jones and Barnes v Phillips
- Schedule 1 Children Act Applications and ToLATA
- Developing case law
- Family and Civil Procedure Rules - What are the key differences?
- Steps to take pre-proceedings
- Claim forms
- Documentation and offers to settle
- Dealing with Court Directions and Orders
- Pursuing and defending ToLATA claims
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